Join our very own Isabella Price for a screening of The Descent and a panel discussion on empowered women in horror. Isabella will be joined by Amie Simon from Three Imaginary Girls and Colleen O'Holleran from GeekGirlCon. If you've never seen a panel with Isabella before, you are in for a treat! For tickets and info, visit: https://public.ticketbiscuit.com/CentralCinema/Events/283360
Get a sleeping bag and be prepared for an extended stay at the Grand Illusion Cinema this October. Their annual All Monsters Attack program is stacked with cult favorites and obscure gems. See the newly restored original Phantasm plus the long awaited Phantasm: Ravager. There's also a screening of cult classic Phobe, a heavy metal horror pizza party, some international classics, and so much more. For more details, visit http://www.grandillusioncinema.org/
Bruce Campbell brings his uproarious interactive game show to Seattle's Moore Theatre on October 1. Seeing Bruce Campbell in person should be on every horror fan's bucket list - so don't pass up on this chance! For tickets and information, visit http://www.stgpresents.org/tickets/alphabetical/eventdetail/2855/28/bruce-campbell-last-fan-standing
Throughout the month of October, EMP will host a series of Halloween and horror inspired events for ghouls of all ages. Learn about Haunted Happy Hours, a Campout Cinema series featuring classics like The Thing, an Undead Prom, and more at http://www.empmuseum.org/calendar/events/31-days-of-horror/
Ring in the Halloween season with a little horror improv. Blood Squad will be presenting two shows of their improvised lunacy on September 30 and October 1 at the Annex Theatre. Both shows start at 10:30 pm and entry is $10. For more information, visit http://bloodsquad.org/
If you're looking for a truly unique Halloween experience, look no further than Seattle Immersive Theatre's "Harvest" - a haunted house for adults. From their website:
You're invited to soak up some liquid courage at the Doctor's cocktail party before freely exploring Seattle's largest immersive experience of horror and intrigue. Choose your own path and test your bravery as you crawl beneath the skin of this gruesome open world conceived and directed by Ali el-Gasseir and designed by Seattle Immersive Theatre's award-winning Scenic Designer Paul Thomas along with a team of some of the city's most talented visual artists.
Visit www.seattleimmersivetheatre.com for more information and tickets.
Evan Peterson's excellent "Shriek" series has moved to Naked City Brewery, one of this Dreadful's favorite spots in Seattle. Head over there tonight to join in on a discussion of A Tale of Two Sisters, a chilling and masterful horror film from Korean director Kim Jee-Woon. For tickets and info, visit https://drink.nakedcity.beer/events
Seattle's annual horror convention once again lands on Memorial Day weekend (May 27-29). This con is packed with panels and screenings. A dealer's room offers a trove of horror themed artistry and wares. The relative intimate size of this convention allows guests to get up close and personal with their favorite horror personalities. This year's guests include Tony Todd, Michael Biehn, Lance Henriksen, and more!
From the official site: "The BoneBat 'Comedy of Horrors' Film Fest is an annual evening of giggles & gore, hosted by Steve and Gord of The BoneBat Show!" This year's festival is slated to run from 1 pm to Midnight at the SIFF Uptown. Tickets available here (while they last!): https://squareup.com/market/the-bonebat-comedy-of-horrors-film-fest/bonebat-film-fest-ticket